I was raised to think that eating chocolate was a sin. Of course, anything that was pleasurable was a sin, according to my mother. I was raised by her, and her alone, and you can bet she kept me in line. She never spared the rod, and she certainly didn’t spoil me, so when I moved to San Francisco, I was as shy as anything, in my ankle-length, not-at-all-flattering dresses and sensible shoes. I hadn’t come there to make my way in the world, though – I’d come there to let loose, to let my hair down, to get wild. To sin.
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